This page is currently closed for feedback. Thank you for your comments and feedback so far. Further development of this scheme will take place as part of future improvements to Birmingham city centre.
This scheme was delivered on a temporary trial basis in 2020, and we are considering whether any of these measures should be made more permanent, in line with the review we are carrying out of our recently implemented emergency transport measures. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pop-up cycle lanes
We are creating temporary ‘pop-up’ cycle routes across the city to provide safer space for cycling. In many cases, these will include ‘light segregation’ from other traffic. This is where the cycle lane is on the road but motorised vehicles may not enter the lane and are prevented from doing so by physical barriers such as plastic bollards bolted into the road surface.
One of these pop-up cycle lane schemes is:
A38 to A34 (City centre connection)
We are providing a connection between the A34 and A38 segregated cycle routes to enable trips across the city centre and connect with proposed ‘pop up’ cycle lanes on Bradford Street pop up cycle lane and the A47 (Jennens Road). This is being delivered alongside the city centre traffic cells initiative.
Measures will include:
Please note this scheme is being delivered on a temporary trial basis for the next few months, with the potential for these measures to be made more permanent as part of the Birmingham Walking & Cycling Strategy & Infrastructure Plan .